Zimbabwe’s 133 registered  political parties

  1. MCD- Multi-Racial Christian Democrats
  2. MDC- Movement for Democratic Change
  3. MDC- T- Movement For Democratic Change
  4. MDC-T Movement For Democratic Change – Tsvangirai
  5. MKD- Mavambo Kusile Dawn
  6. MNP- Mthwakazi National Party
  7. MPDPZ- Multi People’s Democratic Party of Zimbabwe
  8. MRP- Mtwakazi Republic Party
  9. NDC- National Democratic Congress
  10. NAP- National Action Party
  11. NAPDR- Nationalists Alliance of Patriotic and Democratic Republicans
  12. NCA- National Constitutional Assembly
  13. NDC- National Democratic Congress
  14. NEPF- National Empowerment Progressive Front Party
  15. NP- New Page
  16. NPF- National Patriotic Front
  17. NPF- (formally PIMZ) New Patriotic Front
  18. NPJE- National Party for Justice and Economics
  19. NPP- National People’s Party
  20. NUP- National Unity Party
  21. NZDC- New Zimbabwe Democratic Change
  22. NZDP- New Zimbabwe Democratic Party
  23. NZRP- New Zimbabwe Republican Party
  24. PACD- Progressive Alliance of Christian Democrats
  25. PDP- People’s Democratic Party
  26. PDU- People’s Democratic Union
  27. PDZ- Progressive Democrats of Zimbabwe
  28. PIMZ- Progressive and Innovative Movement of Zimbabwe
  29. PPPZ- People’s Progressive Party Zimbabwe
  30. RAC- Righteous African Congratulation Party
  31. RDP- Rainbow Democratic Party
  32. RPDZ Real Progressive Democrats of Zimbabwe
  33. RPZ- Republican Party of Zimbabwe
  34. RZFP- Rise-up Zimbabwe Freedom Party
  35. RZP- Rebuilding Zimbabwe Party
  36. SAPAZIM-SPZ- Salvation Political Party Zimbabwe
  37. SDP- Sustainable Development Party
  38. SUVOZ- Suffering Voices of Zimbabwe
  39. TAD- The African Democrats
  40. TIZ- Total Independence of Zimbabwe
  41. TKC- Thy Kingdom Come
  42. TZ- Transform Zimbabwe

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The Insider is a political and business bulletin about Zimbabwe, edited by Charles Rukuni. Founded in 1990, it was a printed 12-page subscription only newsletter until 2003 when Zimbabwe's hyper-inflation made it impossible to continue printing.


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